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A victory was scored last week for wildlife conservation in Patagonia!
The Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve in the Lake District has finally, after a thirty year absence, welcomed home a dearly departed friend - the huemul deer!
Here’s a question that all travelers to Torres del Paine have on their mind: when is the best time to visit? Here's our breakdown of the advantages and disadvantages to each season!
Meet the endearing Humboldt penguin, native to Chile and Peru's Pacific coastline! The Humboldt is well-adapted to its environment, but is sadly facing ever more dangers in a changing natural world.
If you visit Patagonia, chances are that the iconic image which stays with you will be the graceful guanaco, grazing against a snow-capped, mountainous horizon and an endless, azure sky. So let's get to know the face that inspired a thousand camera clicks a little better...
If you fancy venturing to an enchanting corner of South America quite unlike any other, look no further than the windswept coast and rolling hills of the mysteriously mist-shrouded island of Chiloé, located in Chile's lusciously green Lake District...
The huemul is a species of deer exclusively native to the Patagonian wilderness and mountains. But this emblematic Chilean animal is in grave danger - read on to find out why and what is being done to keep the huemul safe and sound.
Chilean non-profit organisation ONG Plan Bee is on a mission to save our bees - find out why bees are crucial to human survival, and what bee-haviour can help safeguard their future.
Prehistoric Patagonia was populated by dinosaurs of awe-inspiring proportions - allow us to introduce you to the latest giant discovered by paleontologists in Argentina!